The other night I decided to clean my hand-held shower head. If you don’t do this from time to time the tiny showerhead holes will eventually get clogged up.
It was sending out what I call “zingers” of water, spewing water in all directions. Namely on the wall behind the toilet.
Cleaning Your Showerhead With Natural Ingredients:
To clean your showerhead, get a big ziplock baggie and a bottle of white vinegar. Take these items to the bathroom. Then take the showerhead off the holder and let it hang down.
The showerhead didn’t reach the bottom of my bathtub. To remedy this, I found a covered casserole dish to give it height.
Then I placed the showerhead in the ziplock baggie. I held it in place while I poured half water and half white vinegar into it.
Once the showerhead is covered with liquid, zip the baggie up around the showerhead. Leave it zipped overnight to work its magic.
What To Do The Next Morning:
The next morning empty the vinegar and water from the baggie and wash off the showerhead.
Then put the showerhead back in place. Turn on the water to see if the tiny holes are still clogged or are now clear.
Instant fix! No more zingers. All the little holes in the showerhead had water flowing through and none were clogged.
This has always worked great for me. I just have to remember to do it from time to time. Usually, the “zingers” let me know that it is time to get out the vinegar and clean it.